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sausi


My combined Experience with prePG and USMLE [#]
Hi fellow docs,
I am a surgical resident at AIIMS. I have appeared through USMLE steps and finally settled down to stay back in India. I have been listening a lot about NEET Pg off late and looking around how PG aspirants are so skeptic about the paper pattern and kind of questions.
Well, depending on my experience both with USMLE exams and PG exams, I may be able to outline a few points which might be helpful to you guys!
1) Important Topics are ALWAYS Important- Remember this.. write this on the wall in front of you.. The favorite topics always stay favorite to examiners. SLE, RA, MG, Neonato, HIV, Hepatitis, ARM, Vector Borne diseases, the robbins' table of Oncogenes and TS genes.. these are the examples of few of the many favorite topics of examiners.. Be it any exam, they r going to ask from these topics only.. In fact, the important topics from path, micro, pharma, anat, biochem, physio, peds, OBGY etc. were all same in USMLE as were those for PG.. But there occured the difference in medicine and infectious diseases where does the second point becomes important
2) Indian Books ya Kaplan/BRS series?- Definitely Indian Books. The questions for national boards are sent by proffs from AIIMS, PGI, JIPMER, NIMHANS, MAMC etc. They are going to ask from Tuberculosis and RNTCP, never from topics like lyme disease or other tick borne diseases, which are of particular importance in US. The maximum extent they go into these topics is asking about their vectors (which is a very commonly repeated question in PSM). Plus, BRS/Kaplan books are of little use as far as PG questions are concerned, however clinical they may be. Since the course for PG is so vast and amplified as compared to MLE, kaplan books hardly cover anything at all.
3) Questions similar to USMLE?- This is yet another question you guys are facing. USMLE questions are clinical and the whole answer lies in that one keyword which is hidden somewhere inside the question. They will tell u stories about a patient presenting with dyspnea, chest pain, CXR all clean etc etc.. and they will use a word- on auscultation- mill wheel murmer or characteristic splashing auscultatory murmer.. Now if you know, what this name associated with, u straight away mark the answer.. So if you observe, AIPG questions used to be like "Mill Wheel murmer is characteristic of? and another question will be- Pulmonary embolism is most commonly associated with what CXR findings?" and now the NEET question will be like "A 29 y o patient had a bike accident... blah blah blah... found to have mill wheel murmer.. what would be the most common CXR finding associated in this patient?" So what they would do is giving you a lead, they made you come to a diagnosis and then they, rather than asking you about the diagnosis, would rather ask something else from that topic.. So you need to have a little bit of correlational skills.. (Dont worry, little bit wud be enough) icon_smile.gif icon_smile.gif
4) How to study?- Well this is a tricky question. I just dont wanna enforce my ideas in your mind since nobody knows well how r the questions going to be like.. But, based on my experience, I feel, it should be like preps for USMLE using INDIAN PG books.. Well, what I mean to say is- Try to remember the key words.. e.g.
Gray baby syndrome---> Chloramphenicol
Gray Man Syndrome---> Amiodarone
Red Man Syndrome---> Vanco
Similarly, in pathology, U just need to remember some well known CDs for various tumors like CD34, CD117 etc..
These kind of buzz words are important to remember for any clinical question, and believe me, examiners always put such characteristic things somewhere hidden inside the question as I just discussed above.. and for these kind of buzz words, good coaching notes and standard AA/MK books have plenty..
I'll further write about how to attempt a clinically oriented paper in my next post.
Till then.. Dont Worry, Dont tense urself and Dont stop till the goals are achieved!! Best of luck to you guys!! smiley24.gif
Best,
Saurabh Singhal
MS Surgery (std.)

TRENDING: Neet-dnb-aiims-state Pgs / USMLE

glut-4
Aim AIIMS

thanks sir .


Niks86
Aim NEET-PG

Re: NEET prep- My combined Experience with prePG and USMLE
sausi wrote:
Hi fellow docs,
I am a surgical resident at AIIMS. I have appeared through USMLE steps and finally settled down to stay back in India. I have been listening a lot about NEET Pg off late and looking around how PG aspirants are so skeptic about the paper pattern and kind of questions.
Well, depending on my experience both with USMLE exams and PG exams, I may be able to outline a few points which might be helpful to you guys!
1) Important Topics are ALWAYS Important- Remember this.. write this on the wall in front of you.. The favorite topics always stay favorite to examiners. SLE, RA, MG, Neonato, HIV, Hepatitis, ARM, Vector Borne diseases, the robbins' table of Oncogenes and TS genes.. these are the examples of few of the many favorite topics of examiners.. Be it any exam, they r going to ask from these topics only.. In fact, the important topics from path, micro, pharma, anat, biochem, physio, peds, OBGY etc. were all same in USMLE as were those for PG.. But there occured the difference in medicine and infectious diseases where does the second point becomes important
2) Indian Books ya Kaplan/BRS series?- Definitely Indian Books. The questions for national boards are sent by proffs from AIIMS, PGI, JIPMER, NIMHANS, MAMC etc. They are going to ask from Tuberculosis and RNTCP, never from topics like lyme disease or other tick borne diseases, which are of particular importance in US. The maximum extent they go into these topics is asking about their vectors (which is a very commonly repeated question in PSM). Plus, BRS/Kaplan books are of little use as far as PG questions are concerned, however clinical they may be. Since the course for PG is so vast and amplified as compared to MLE, kaplan books hardly cover anything at all.
3) Questions similar to USMLE?- This is yet another question you guys are facing. USMLE questions are clinical and the whole answer lies in that one keyword which is hidden somewhere inside the question. They will tell u stories about a patient presenting with dyspnea, chest pain, CXR all clean etc etc.. and they will use a word- on auscultation- mill wheel murmer or characteristic splashing auscultatory murmer.. Now if you know, what this name associated with, u straight away mark the answer.. So if you observe, AIPG questions used to be like "Mill Wheel murmer is characteristic of? and another question will be- Pulmonary embolism is most commonly associated with what CXR findings?" and now the NEET question will be like "A 29 y o patient had a bike accident... blah blah blah... found to have mill wheel murmer.. what would be the most common CXR finding associated in this patient?" So what they would do is giving you a lead, they made you come to a diagnosis and then they, rather than asking you about the diagnosis, would rather ask something else from that topic.. So you need to have a little bit of correlational skills.. (Dont worry, little bit wud be enough) icon_smile.gif icon_smile.gif
4) How to study?- Well this is a tricky question. I just dont wanna enforce my ideas in your mind since nobody knows well how r the questions going to be like.. But, based on my experience, I feel, it should be like preps for USMLE using INDIAN PG books.. Well, what I mean to say is- Try to remember the key words.. e.g.
Gray baby syndrome---> Chloramphenicol
Gray Man Syndrome---> Amiodarone
Red Man Syndrome---> Vanco
Similarly, in pathology, U just need to remember some well known CDs for various tumors like CD34, CD117 etc..
These kind of buzz words are important to remember for any clinical question, and believe me, examiners always put such characteristic things somewhere hidden inside the question as I just discussed above.. and for these kind of buzz words, good coaching notes and standard AA/MK books have plenty..
I'll further write about how to attempt a clinically oriented paper in my next post.
Till then.. Dont Worry, Dont tense urself and Dont stop till the goals are achieved!! Best of luck to you guys!! smiley24.gif
Best,
Saurabh Singhal
MS Surgery (std.)

Hey Saurabh, this is Nikhil Goyal from your hometown buddy... How are you man? Good to see you helping out everyone... I too had gone through Kaplan & USMLE notes sometime back & found that there are always 2-3 clinching words/features in the question that help us in solving it... So any more tips or advise regarding the preparation?


karri
Aim Indian PG Exams

thanq sir...


shloktandon472
Aim PGIMS

thnks sir..its really supporting in such a time of chaos of what to read nd what not to read


Aminoacid
Aim AIPGE 2013

Thanx sir:)
That was really helpful..


drbarbat25
Aim Indian PG Exams

thanx:)


Sou_rish
Aim AIPGE 2013

thanx


Drrookie
Aim NEET PG

thanks a lot sir.


draltaf
Aim MS

Dr. Saurabh.... Any more tips for us?
The ones u elaborated above are really good. Keep sharing your tips


sreenivasrao024
Aim Andhra Pradesh PG

Thanks a lot for the tips sir... Hope you will be giving few more tips useful for cracking the NEET PG...


drbarbat25
Aim Indian PG Exams

is it too late now?
well, i have my +ve and -ve moments. so i thought instead of churning my mind , lets have some help.
i completed MBBS 6 yrs back. due to some family obligations , i couldnt go for PG right then. do u think i stand any chance now for getting any decent clinical branch? though i keep buying MCQ books, cant go to delhi for coaching or tests.
i mean there is so much competition, not to forget all the reservation too...

plz share ur thoughts.....


shyamdr
Aim NEET-PG 2012

excellant said sausi sir, u have pointed out the clear point.thanks alot.nic e tips.it could be helpful if post the important topics in all subjects.it will be great ful to u.THANKS IN ADVANCE SIR.


runfast
Aim NEET-PG 2012

Re: is it too late now?
drbarbat25 wrote:
well, i have my +ve and -ve moments. so i thought instead of churning my mind , lets have some help.
i completed MBBS 6 yrs back. due to some family obligations , i couldnt go for PG right then. do u think i stand any chance now for getting any decent clinical branch? though i keep buying MCQ books, cant go to delhi for coaching or tests.
i mean there is so much competition, not to forget all the reservation too...

plz share ur thoughts.....


sir
if u take efforts and study heard u will get seat.. my cousin 1996mbbs batch admission got dnb cet rank 30+ doing dnb ortho in good hospital...
u seems to be real fighter keep it up


drbarbat25
Aim Indian PG Exams

thanks a lot. ray of hope and not my delusion icon_smile.gif


deepa_aky


Thanks for clearing the air of confusion...


karthikjampala
Aim NEET PG 2012

Thxx sir more tips and cocepts would help us a lot...


drabhi78
Aim NEET PG 2012

thank u sir


drabhi78
Aim NEET PG 2012

Thanks a lot for the tips sir.


reshmaarun
Aim NEET-PG

thanks a lot


name


good


pinkyswaroop
Aim NEET-PG

it is very nicely said...thanks ...


drdrdrsharma
Aim AIPGE 2014

thanks sir...


Uttam3dmc
Aim MD

gray man syndrome--amiodarone


sheshu


thanks a lot sir! icon_biggrin.gif


mky123
Aim AIIMS

Thank u so much sir...


navdeeprocks
Aim AIPGE 2013

Thank u.. This would be helpful


montani
Aim AIPGE 2013

thank you sir


montani
Aim AIPGE 2013

thank you sir


toughboy_9
Aim AIPGE 2013

tips for nov aiims 2012 from u as u have cleared it
Neet is later....first is aiims...last month strategy of urs plz share...is it also based on buzzwords...how about repeats...plz give ur valuable advice


prince4june


thnks


holistichealer
Aim NEET-PG 2012

Re: NEET prep- My combined Experience with prePG and USMLE
sausi wrote:
Hi fellow docs,
I am a surgical resident at AIIMS. I have appeared through USMLE steps and finally settled down to stay back in India. I have been listening a lot about NEET Pg off late and looking around how PG aspirants are so skeptic about the paper pattern and kind of questions.
Well, depending on my experience both with USMLE exams and PG exams, I may be able to outline a few points which might be helpful to you guys!
1) Important Topics are ALWAYS Important- Remember this.. write this on the wall in front of you.. The favorite topics always stay favorite to examiners. SLE, RA, MG, Neonato, HIV, Hepatitis, ARM, Vector Borne diseases, the robbins' table of Oncogenes and TS genes.. these are the examples of few of the many favorite topics of examiners.. Be it any exam, they r going to ask from these topics only.. In fact, the important topics from path, micro, pharma, anat, biochem, physio, peds, OBGY etc. were all same in USMLE as were those for PG.. But there occured the difference in medicine and infectious diseases where does the second point becomes important
2) Indian Books ya Kaplan/BRS series?- Definitely Indian Books. The questions for national boards are sent by proffs from AIIMS, PGI, JIPMER, NIMHANS, MAMC etc. They are going to ask from Tuberculosis and RNTCP, never from topics like lyme disease or other tick borne diseases, which are of particular importance in US. The maximum extent they go into these topics is asking about their vectors (which is a very commonly repeated question in PSM). Plus, BRS/Kaplan books are of little use as far as PG questions are concerned, however clinical they may be. Since the course for PG is so vast and amplified as compared to MLE, kaplan books hardly cover anything at all.
3) Questions similar to USMLE?- This is yet another question you guys are facing. USMLE questions are clinical and the whole answer lies in that one keyword which is hidden somewhere inside the question. They will tell u stories about a patient presenting with dyspnea, chest pain, CXR all clean etc etc.. and they will use a word- on auscultation- mill wheel murmer or characteristic splashing auscultatory murmer.. Now if you know, what this name associated with, u straight away mark the answer.. So if you observe, AIPG questions used to be like "Mill Wheel murmer is characteristic of? and another question will be- Pulmonary embolism is most commonly associated with what CXR findings?" and now the NEET question will be like "A 29 y o patient had a bike accident... blah blah blah... found to have mill wheel murmer.. what would be the most common CXR finding associated in this patient?" So what they would do is giving you a lead, they made you come to a diagnosis and then they, rather than asking you about the diagnosis, would rather ask something else from that topic.. So you need to have a little bit of correlational skills.. (Dont worry, little bit wud be enough) icon_smile.gif icon_smile.gif
4) How to study?- Well this is a tricky question. I just dont wanna enforce my ideas in your mind since nobody knows well how r the questions going to be like.. But, based on my experience, I feel, it should be like preps for USMLE using INDIAN PG books.. Well, what I mean to say is- Try to remember the key words.. e.g.
Gray baby syndrome---> Chloramphenicol
Gray Man Syndrome---> Amiodarone
Red Man Syndrome---> Vanco
Similarly, in pathology, U just need to remember some well known CDs for various tumors like CD34, CD117 etc..
These kind of buzz words are important to remember for any clinical question, and believe me, examiners always put such characteristic things somewhere hidden inside the question as I just discussed above.. and for these kind of buzz words, good coaching notes and standard AA/MK books have plenty..
I'll further write about how to attempt a clinically oriented paper in my next post.
Till then.. Dont Worry, Dont tense urself and Dont stop till the goals are achieved!! Best of luck to you guys!! smiley24.gif
Best,
Saurabh Singhal
MS Surgery (std.)



Appreciate your sincere effort dude!


lookstripathy
Aim NEET-PG 2012

thank you...


slacker77725


Thanx boss


drsarangdsecret
Aim AIIMS

thanx sir for such a gr8 info. i ve also gone thr. usmle 1st AID wchich is nice book but very short as compare to AA & MK. what about Plat notes?


Givitha
Aim AIIMS

THank you


shloktandon472
Aim PGIMS

Re: NEET prep- My combined Experience with prePG and USMLE
sausi wrote:
Hi fellow docs,
I am a surgical resident at AIIMS. I have appeared through USMLE steps and finally settled down to stay back in India. I have been listening a lot about NEET Pg off late and looking around how PG aspirants are so skeptic about the paper pattern and kind of questions.
Well, depending on my experience both with USMLE exams and PG exams, I may be able to outline a few points which might be helpful to you guys!
1) Important Topics are ALWAYS Important- Remember this.. write this on the wall in front of you.. The favorite topics always stay favorite to examiners. SLE, RA, MG, Neonato, HIV, Hepatitis, ARM, Vector Borne diseases, the robbins' table of Oncogenes and TS genes.. these are the examples of few of the many favorite topics of examiners.. Be it any exam, they r going to ask from these topics only.. In fact, the important topics from path, micro, pharma, anat, biochem, physio, peds, OBGY etc. were all same in USMLE as were those for PG.. But there occured the difference in medicine and infectious diseases where does the second point becomes important
2) Indian Books ya Kaplan/BRS series?- Definitely Indian Books. The questions for national boards are sent by proffs from AIIMS, PGI, JIPMER, NIMHANS, MAMC etc. They are going to ask from Tuberculosis and RNTCP, never from topics like lyme disease or other tick borne diseases, which are of particular importance in US. The maximum extent they go into these topics is asking about their vectors (which is a very commonly repeated question in PSM). Plus, BRS/Kaplan books are of little use as far as PG questions are concerned, however clinical they may be. Since the course for PG is so vast and amplified as compared to MLE, kaplan books hardly cover anything at all.
3) Questions similar to USMLE?- This is yet another question you guys are facing. USMLE questions are clinical and the whole answer lies in that one keyword which is hidden somewhere inside the question. They will tell u stories about a patient presenting with dyspnea, chest pain, CXR all clean etc etc.. and they will use a word- on auscultation- mill wheel murmer or characteristic splashing auscultatory murmer.. Now if you know, what this name associated with, u straight away mark the answer.. So if you observe, AIPG questions used to be like "Mill Wheel murmer is characteristic of? and another question will be- Pulmonary embolism is most commonly associated with what CXR findings?" and now the NEET question will be like "A 29 y o patient had a bike accident... blah blah blah... found to have mill wheel murmer.. what would be the most common CXR finding associated in this patient?" So what they would do is giving you a lead, they made you come to a diagnosis and then they, rather than asking you about the diagnosis, would rather ask something else from that topic.. So you need to have a little bit of correlational skills.. (Dont worry, little bit wud be enough) icon_smile.gif icon_smile.gif
4) How to study?- Well this is a tricky question. I just dont wanna enforce my ideas in your mind since nobody knows well how r the questions going to be like.. But, based on my experience, I feel, it should be like preps for USMLE using INDIAN PG books.. Well, what I mean to say is- Try to remember the key words.. e.g.
Gray baby syndrome---> Chloramphenicol
Gray Man Syndrome---> Amiodarone
Red Man Syndrome---> Vanco
Similarly, in pathology, U just need to remember some well known CDs for various tumors like CD34, CD117 etc..
These kind of buzz words are important to remember for any clinical question, and believe me, examiners always put such characteristic things somewhere hidden inside the question as I just discussed above.. and for these kind of buzz words, good coaching notes and standard AA/MK books have plenty..
I'll further write about how to attempt a clinically oriented paper in my next post.
Till then.. Dont Worry, Dont tense urself and Dont stop till the goals are achieved!! Best of luck to you guys!! smiley24.gif
Best,
Saurabh Singhal
MS Surgery (std.)



thnks sirr....


chaitrambbs
Aim AIPGE 2013

thank u sir


chaitrambbs
Aim AIPGE 2013

pls post further sir..


dr_divyaa
Aim AFMC 2011

Thanks sir:)


mbbs5
Aim MCh

lolz


sandalwood882003
Aim NEET PG

Thank you sir..its a real help!!


mbbs5
Aim MCh

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sivagamikamaraj
Aim AIPGE 2013

thanx sir


Shaileshmgm
Aim NEET PG 2012

THANK YOU SIR



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ramavydevi
Aim Indian PG Exams

Re: NEET prep- My combined Experience with prePG and USMLE
sausi wrote:
Hi fellow docs,
I am a surgical resident at AIIMS. I have appeared through USMLE steps and finally settled down to stay back in India. I have been listening a lot about NEET Pg off late and looking around how PG aspirants are so skeptic about the paper pattern and kind of questions.
Well, depending on my experience both with USMLE exams and PG exams, I may be able to outline a few points which might be helpful to you guys!
1) Important Topics are ALWAYS Important- Remember this.. write this on the wall in front of you.. The favorite topics always stay favorite to examiners. SLE, RA, MG, Neonato, HIV, Hepatitis, ARM, Vector Borne diseases, the robbins' table of Oncogenes and TS genes.. these are the examples of few of the many favorite topics of examiners.. Be it any exam, they r going to ask from these topics only.. In fact, the important topics from path, micro, pharma, anat, biochem, physio, peds, OBGY etc. were all same in USMLE as were those for PG.. But there occured the difference in medicine and infectious diseases where does the second point becomes important
2) Indian Books ya Kaplan/BRS series?- Definitely Indian Books. The questions for national boards are sent by proffs from AIIMS, PGI, JIPMER, NIMHANS, MAMC etc. They are going to ask from Tuberculosis and RNTCP, never from topics like lyme disease or other tick borne diseases, which are of particular importance in US. The maximum extent they go into these topics is asking about their vectors (which is a very commonly repeated question in PSM). Plus, BRS/Kaplan books are of little use as far as PG questions are concerned, however clinical they may be. Since the course for PG is so vast and amplified as compared to MLE, kaplan books hardly cover anything at all.
3) Questions similar to USMLE?- This is yet another question you guys are facing. USMLE questions are clinical and the whole answer lies in that one keyword which is hidden somewhere inside the question. They will tell u stories about a patient presenting with dyspnea, chest pain, CXR all clean etc etc.. and they will use a word- on auscultation- mill wheel murmer or characteristic splashing auscultatory murmer.. Now if you know, what this name associated with, u straight away mark the answer.. So if you observe, AIPG questions used to be like "Mill Wheel murmer is characteristic of? and another question will be- Pulmonary embolism is most commonly associated with what CXR findings?" and now the NEET question will be like "A 29 y o patient had a bike accident... blah blah blah... found to have mill wheel murmer.. what would be the most common CXR finding associated in this patient?" So what they would do is giving you a lead, they made you come to a diagnosis and then they, rather than asking you about the diagnosis, would rather ask something else from that topic.. So you need to have a little bit of correlational skills.. (Dont worry, little bit wud be enough) icon_smile.gif icon_smile.gif
4) How to study?- Well this is a tricky question. I just dont wanna enforce my ideas in your mind since nobody knows well how r the questions going to be like.. But, based on my experience, I feel, it should be like preps for USMLE using INDIAN PG books.. Well, what I mean to say is- Try to remember the key words.. e.g.
Gray baby syndrome---> Chloramphenicol
Gray Man Syndrome---> Amiodarone
Red Man Syndrome---> Vanco
Similarly, in pathology, U just need to remember some well known CDs for various tumors like CD34, CD117 etc..
These kind of buzz words are important to remember for any clinical question, and believe me, examiners always put such characteristic things somewhere hidden inside the question as I just discussed above.. and for these kind of buzz words, good coaching notes and standard AA/MK books have plenty..
I'll further write about how to attempt a clinically oriented paper in my next post.
Till then.. Dont Worry, Dont tense urself and Dont stop till the goals are achieved!! Best of luck to you guys!! smiley24.gif
Best,
Saurabh Singhal
MS Surgery (std.)

very nice of you.plz do share some more tips


docsjp
Aim Indian PG Exams

grt ................................thanks


rizwanali


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INHERITANCE Patterns 7 medicine genetics
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ards 7 medicine pulmonology
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streptococcus 39 microbiology
HIV 27 microbiology
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cholera 22 microbiology
immunoglobulin 22 microbiology
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dna 19 microbiology
staphylococcus 18 microbiology
diptheria 16 microbiology
tuberculosis 16 microbiology
cryptococcus 15 microbiology
CLOSTRIDIUM 14 microbiology
Helicobacter 14 microbiology
malaria 14 microbiology
ebv 12 microbiology
sterilisation 11 microbiology
ANTHRAX 10 microbiology
HBV 10 microbiology
rickettsia 10 microbiology
syphylis 10 microbiology
typhoid 10 microbiology
giardiasis 9 microbiology
immunodeficiency disorders 9 microbiology

rota virus 9 microbiology
toxoplasma 9 microbiology
agglutination precipitation 8 microbiology
HYPERSENSITIVITY 8 microbiology
leprosy 8 microbiology
maduramycosis 8 microbiology
rabies 8 microbiology
rna 8 microbiology
amebiasis 7 microbiology
bacteroides 7 microbiology
cysticercosis 7 microbiology
filariasis 7 microbiology
gonococcus 7 microbiology
mycoplasma 7 microbiology
prion 7 microbiology
GLAUCOMA 69 ophthalmology
CATARACT 56 ophthalmology
uveitis 28 ophthalmology
conjunctivitis 24 ophthalmology
visual field defects 24 ophthalmology
diabetic retinopathy 23 ophthalmology
retinoblastoma 22 ophthalmology
anatomy 21 ophthalmology
cranial nerve palsy 19 ophthalmology
myopia 17 ophthalmology
herpes 16 ophthalmology
papilledema 16 ophthalmology
strabismus 15 ophthalmology
corneal ulcer 14 ophthalmology
ophthalmoscopy direct& indirect 14 ophthalmology
BLUNT TRAUMA EYE 13 ophthalmology
contact lens 13 ophthalmology
TRACHOMA 13 ophthalmology
crao 12 ophthalmology
sympathetic ophthalmitis 12 ophthalmology
proptosis 11 ophthalmology
blindness control programme 10 ophthalmology
amblyopia 8 ophthalmology
dacryocystitis 8 ophthalmology
hypermetropia 8 ophthalmology
mydriatics 8 ophthalmology
optic neuritis 8 ophthalmology
chalazion 7 ophthalmology
pupil abnormalities 7 ophthalmology
retinitis pigmentosa 7 ophthalmology

bone tumor 79 orthopaedics
supracondylar fracture humerus 17 orthopaedics
avasclar necrosis 16 orthopaedics
rheumatoid arthritis 16 orthopaedics
SHOULDER DISLOCATION 15 orthopaedics
dislocation hip 14 orthopaedics
TUBERCULOSIS SPINE 13 orthopaedics
bone cyst 12 orthopaedics
cervical spine injuries 12 orthopaedics
congenital dislocation hip 12 orthopaedics
rickets 12 orthopaedics
osteomyelitis 11 orthopaedics
CTEV 10 orthopaedics
fracture healing 10 orthopaedics
FRACTURE NECK FEMUR 10 orthopaedics
osteoarthritis 10 orthopaedics
humerus fracture 9 orthopaedics
nails screws wires 9 orthopaedics
osteoporosis 9 orthopaedics
COLLES FRACTURE 8 orthopaedics
cruciate ligament injury 8 orthopaedics
meniscus injury 8 orthopaedics
bursitis 7 orthopaedics
fat embolism 7 orthopaedics
gout 7 orthopaedics
lateral condylar fracture humerus 7 orthopaedics
poliomyelitis 7 orthopaedics
ulnar nerve 7 orthopaedics
glomerlonephritis 31 pathology
inflammation 26 pathology
amyloidosis 23 pathology
apoptosis 20 pathology
lymphoma 20 pathology
hypertension 19 pathology
nephrotic syndrome 19 pathology
tumor markers 19 pathology
hepatitis 17 pathology
cd markers 15 pathology
tumor suppressor genes 15 pathology
inheritance patterns 13 pathology
myocardial infaction 13 pathology
blood group 12 pathology
coagulation 12 pathology
hypersensitivity 12 pathology
aml 11 pathology

lung cancer 11 pathology
granuloma 10 pathology
sle 10 pathology
transplantation 10 pathology
vasculitis 10 pathology
interleukin 9 pathology
multiple myeloma 9 pathology
sickle cell anemia 9 pathology
calcification 8 pathology
jaundice 8 pathology
mhc 8 pathology
rhd 8 pathology
thalessemia 8 pathology
ulcerative colitis 8 pathology
diabetes 7 pathology
hemolytic anemia 7 pathology
infective endocarditis 7 pathology
developmental milestones 28 pediatrics
hypothyroidism 24 pediatrics
jaundice 22 pediatrics
meningitis 21 pediatrics
PEM 18 pediatrics
rickets 16 pediatrics
dehydration 15 pediatrics
thalassemia 14 pediatrics
ttn 14 pediatrics
vescico ureteric reflux 14 pediatrics
tof 13 pediatrics
brain tumor 12 pediatrics
breast feeding 11 pediatrics
dowm syndrome 11 pediatrics
neuroblastoma 10 pediatrics
reflexes 10 pediatrics
all 9 pediatrics
bronchiolitis 9 pediatrics
pnuemonia 9 pediatrics
AD/AR 8 pediatrics
ASTHMA 8 pediatrics
biliary atresia 8 pediatrics
CAH 8 pediatrics
EPILEPSY 8 pediatrics
hbv 8 pediatrics
RUBELLA 8 pediatrics
diaphragmatic hernia 7 pediatrics
dwarfism 7 pediatrics

iga nephropathy 7 pediatrics
NEPHROTIC SYNDROME 7 pediatrics
pda 7 pediatrics
puberty 7 pediatrics
SGA 7 pediatrics
tricuspid atresia 7 pediatrics
tuberculosis 7 pediatrics
pharmacokinetics Serum level 46 pharmacology
Drug toxicity 45 pharmacology
asthmatc drugs 32 pharmacology
beta blocker 29 pharmacology
att 27 pharmacology
ace inhibitors 26 pharmacology
ANS Pharmacology 26 pharmacology
DIGITALIS 23 pharmacology
HAART 22 pharmacology
aspirin 21 pharmacology
diuretics 20 pharmacology
glucocorticoids 19 pharmacology
antiarrythmics 18 pharmacology
parkinsonism drugs 17 pharmacology
pencillin 16 pharmacology
pregnancy 16 pharmacology
opioids 15 pharmacology
p450 15 pharmacology
malaria drugs 14 pharmacology
ionotropic agents 12 pharmacology
psuedomonas drugs 12 pharmacology
ssri 12 pharmacology
floroquinolones 11 pharmacology
phenytoin 11 pharmacology
AMINOGLYCOSIDE 10 pharmacology
antiemetics 10 pharmacology
heparin 10 pharmacology
hypolipidemic drugs 10 pharmacology
methotrexate 10 pharmacology
renal failure and drugs 10 pharmacology
warfarin 10 pharmacology
antiepileptics 9 pharmacology
antihistamines 9 pharmacology
benzodiazepenes 9 pharmacology
calcium channel blockers 9 pharmacology
erythromycin 9 pharmacology
leprosy drugs 9 pharmacology
Muscle relaxants 9 pharmacology

peptic ulcer treatment 9 pharmacology
prostate drugs 9 pharmacology
adriamycin 8 pharmacology
alkylating agents 8 pharmacology
CYCLOSPORINE 8 pharmacology
lithium 8 pharmacology
nitrates 8 pharmacology
nitroprusside 8 pharmacology
tetracyclines 8 pharmacology
cephalosporin 7 pharmacology
gout treatment 7 pharmacology
gynaecomastia 7 pharmacology
haloperidol 7 pharmacology
Immunosuppressants 7 pharmacology
metformin 7 pharmacology
MORPHINE 7 pharmacology
MRSA drugs 7 pharmacology
OCP 7 pharmacology
prazosin 7 pharmacology
pulmonary fibrosis 7 pharmacology
sulphonamides 7 pharmacology
nephron 28 PHYSIOLOGY
hypoxia 26 PHYSIOLOGY
blood flow regulation 24 PHYSIOLOGY
spirometry 22 PHYSIOLOGY
oxygen dissociation curve 17 PHYSIOLOGY
bp 16 PHYSIOLOGY
exercise physiology 16 PHYSIOLOGY
Long tracts 14 PHYSIOLOGY
Nerve conduction 14 PHYSIOLOGY
action potential 13 PHYSIOLOGY
cardiac conduction 13 PHYSIOLOGY
altitude physiology 12 PHYSIOLOGY
eeg 12 PHYSIOLOGY
ovulation 12 PHYSIOLOGY
temperature regulation 12 PHYSIOLOGY
calcitonin 11 PHYSIOLOGY
insulin 11 PHYSIOLOGY
peristalsis 11 PHYSIOLOGY
renin angiotensin system 11 PHYSIOLOGY
pancreas 10 PHYSIOLOGY
acidosis 9 PHYSIOLOGY
coagulation 9 PHYSIOLOGY
erythropoiesis 9 PHYSIOLOGY
SECOND MESSENGER 9 PHYSIOLOGY
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surfactant 9 PHYSIOLOGY
Autonomic nervous system 8 PHYSIOLOGY
cardiac cycle 8 PHYSIOLOGY
adh 7 PHYSIOLOGY
nerve fibre classification 7 PHYSIOLOGY
parathormone 7 PHYSIOLOGY
SCHIZOPHRENIA 53 psychiatry
depression 22 psychiatry
OCD 19 psychiatry
MANIA 18 psychiatry
delusion 13 psychiatry
dementia 13 psychiatry
ECT 12 psychiatry
fluoxetine 12 psychiatry
HALLUCINATION 12 psychiatry
phobia 10 psychiatry
alcoholism 9 psychiatry
delirium tremens 9 psychiatry
personality disorder 9 psychiatry
hypochondriasis 8 psychiatry
opioid 8 psychiatry
ptsd 8 psychiatry
autistic disorder 7 psychiatry
clozapine 7 psychiatry
haloperidol 7 psychiatry
Physics 44 radiology
radionuclide 26 radiology
radiosensitivity 24 radiology
radiation efect 10 radiology
pregnancy imaging 8 radiology
bone tumors 7 radiology
chest x ray 7 radiology
contrast agents 7 radiology
intracranial calcification 7 radiology
indicators of health 62 spm
vaccines 48 spm
statastics 46 spm
case control cohort 37 spm
sensitivity specificity 37 spm
Tuberculosis 35 spm
malaria 30 spm
rda 24 spm
blindness 23 spm
chi square and t test 23 spm
leprosy 21 spmSENTINEL SURVEILANCE 21 spm
vectors 21 spm
contraception 20 spm
incidence prevalence 20 spm
SAMPLING 20 spm
screening 20 spm
phc rhc 18 spm
health planning 17 spm
non communicable disease 16 spm
NORMAL CURVE 15 spm
occupational disorders 14 spm
rabies 14 spm
rickettsiae 13 spm
HFA 2000 12 spm
pollution 12 spm
tetanus 12 spm
Demographic stages 11 spm
measles 11 spm
P VALUE 11 spm
CARRIER 10 spm
case fatality rate 10 spm
chlorination 10 spm
HDI PQLI 10 spm
japanese encephalitis 10 spm
PREVENTION LEVELS 10 spm
serial interval generation time 10 spm
sociology 10 spm
cholera 9 spm
correlation 9 spm
food poisoning 9 spm
incubation period 9 spm
ors 9 spm
polio 9 spm
randomisation 9 spm
RELATIVE RISK ATTRIBUTABLE RISK 9 spm
yellow fever 9 spm
NOMINAL ORDINAL 8 spm
standardisation 8 spm
dracunculosis 7 spm
point source propogated 7 spm
breast carcinoma 70 surgery
thyroid carcinoma 63 surgery
prostate carcinoma/BPH 37 surgery
salivary tumors 35 surgery
carcinoma colon 31 surgery

gall stone 30 surgery
peptic ulcer 30 surgery
testicular carcinoma 30 surgery
IBD 29 surgery
congenital hypertrophic pyloric stenosis 25 surgery
gastric carcinoma 25 surgery
splenectomy 25 surgery
hernia 23 surgery
hepatocellular carcinoma 20 surgery
pancreatitis 20 surgery
renal cell carcinoma 20 surgery
renal stone 20 surgery
thyroidectomy 20 surgery
esophageal carcinoma 19 surgery
INTESTINAL OBSTRUCTION 19 surgery
tao 19 surgery
burns 18 surgery
grafting 18 surgery
intestinal polyp 18 surgery
cbd stone 17 surgery
shock 16 surgery
blunt injury abdomen 15 surgery
hirschsprung's disease 15 surgery
barret esophagus 14 surgery
bladder cancer 14 surgery
dvt 14 surgery
melanoma 14 surgery
pancreatic carcinoma 14 surgery
appendicitis 13 surgery
av fistula 13 surgery
soft tissue sarcoma 13 surgery
urethral rupture 13 surgery
achalasia 12 surgery
carcinoma tongue 12 surgery
duct papilloma 12 surgery
anal carcinoma 11 surgery
bronchogenic carcinoma 11 surgery
diaphragmatic hernia 11 surgery
rectum 11 surgery
total parenteral nutrition 11 surgery
liver abscess 10 surgery
lymphadenopathy 10 surgery
meckels diverticulum 10 surgery
psuedocyst pancreas 10 surgery
varicose veins 10 surgery
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billroth gastectomy 9 surgery
epidural hematoma 9 surgery
nueroblastoma 9 surgery
peritonitis 9 surgery
portal hypertension 9 surgery
carcinoid 8 surgery
cholecystitis 8 surgery
hypospadias 8 surgery
insulinoma 8 surgery
mediastinal tumor 8 surgery
Mesentry 8 surgery
postoperative patient 8 surgery
renal transplantation 8 surgery
tuberculosis 8 surgery
basal cell carcinoma 7 surgery
hemorrhoids 7 surgery
parathyroid adenoma 7 surgery
pheochromocytoma 7 surgery
local anesthetic 22 Anaesthesia
ketamine 21 Anaesthesia
succinylcholine 20 Anaesthesia
spinal anaesthesia 18 Anaesthesia
anaesthesia complications 16 Anaesthesia
halothane 14 Anaesthesia
thiopentone 13 Anaesthesia
paediatric anesthesia 11 Anaesthesia
ventilator 11 Anaesthesia
atracurium 10 Anaesthesia
intubation 10 Anaesthesia
muscle relaxant 10 Anaesthesia
propofol 10 Anaesthesia
isoflurane 8 Anaesthesia
opioids 8 Anaesthesia
bupivacaine 7 Anaesthesia
pin index 7 Anaesthesia
median nerve 12 Anatomy
facial nerve 12 Anatomy
carotid artery 11 Anatomy
surface markings 9 Anatomy
ulnar nerve 9 Anatomy
branchial arch derivatives 8 Anatomy
coronary circulation 8 Anatomy
diaphragmatic openings 8 Anatomy
root value 8 Anatomy
vocal cord muscles and nerves 8 Anatomy

ecto/endo/mesoderm derivatives 7 Anatomy
ossification 7 Anatomy
portal vein 7 Anatomy
ureter 7 Anatomy
vitamin 47 biochemistry
dna 42 biochemistry
AMINO ACID 33 biochemistry
LIPOPROTEINS 31 biochemistry
protein structure 31 biochemistry
RNA 20 biochemistry
CITRIC ACID CYCLE 19 biochemistry
glycolysis 19 biochemistry
ELECTRON TRANSPORT CHAIN 14 biochemistry
Enzyme kinetics 14 biochemistry
chromatography 12 biochemistry
hemoglobin 12 biochemistry
COLLAGEN ELASTIN 11 biochemistry
fatty acid synthesis 11 biochemistry
fatty acid sythesis 11 biochemistry
gluconeogenesis 11 biochemistry
mutation 10 biochemistry
niemann pick 9 biochemistry
urea cycle 8 biochemistry
CELL MEMBRANE 7 biochemistry
cholesterol metabolism 7 biochemistry
fatty acid oxidation 7 biochemistry
SECONDARY MESSENGER 7 biochemistry
TRACE ELEMENTS 7 biochemistry
LEPROSY 38 dermatology
Dermatophyte infection 21 dermatology
lichen planus 18 dermatology
PSORIASIS 18 dermatology
PEMPHIGUS 16 dermatology
SYPHILIS 16 dermatology
acne 13 dermatology
tuberculosis skin 12 dermatology
alopecia 11 dermatology
scabies 11 dermatology
ATOPIC DERMATITIS 10 dermatology
CONTACT DERMATITIS 8 dermatology
ANATOMY 24 ENT
LARYNX CARCINOMA 19 ENT
FACIAL NERVE PALSY 16 ENT
OTOSCLEROSIS 16 ENT
ACOUSTIC NEUROMA 15 ENT

CHOLESTEATOMA 14 ENT
CSOM 14 ENT
DEAFNESS 14 ENT
NASOPHARYNGEAL CARCINOMA 14 ENT
MENIERE DISEASE 10 ENT
NASOPHARYNGEAL ANGIOFIBROMA 10 ENT
vocal cord paralysis 9 ENT
CSF RHINORRHEA 8 ENT
EPISTAXIS 8 ENT
QUINSY 8 ENT
sinus carcinoma 8 ENT
TRACHEOSTOMY 8 ENT
DROWNING 23 forensic
ADIPOCERE\Putrfaction\Mummification 18 forensic
ARSENIC POISONING 18 forensic
identification 18 forensic
organophosphorus poisoning 16 forensic
MERCURY POISONING 11 forensic
rigor mortis 11 forensic
alcohol 10 forensic
ASPHYXIAL DEATH 10 forensic
laceration 10 forensic
CYANIDE POISONING 9 forensic
fingerprint 9 forensic
atropine poisoning 8 forensic
BARBITURATE POISONING 8 forensic
COCAINE 8 forensic
DIALYSIS 8 forensic
LEAD POISONING 8 forensic
postmortem hypostasis 8 forensic
SNAKE BITE 8 forensic
BLOOD STAIN 7 forensic
fire arm wound 7 forensic
insanity 7 forensic
postmortem caloricity 7 forensic
PRESERVATIVES 7 forensic


BhavyaKrishna
Aim NEET PG 2012

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